We’re trying to find out.
So we need to find you.
You’re not going to know it for weeks or months.
You’re going to have to wait until you’re in your own skin to see how much stress you’re going through, how much anxiety you’re experiencing.
You might have some bad days, but you might also have a good one.
And the best way to get there is to talk to other people.
You’re not alone.
Your friends, your family, your co-workers, your coworkers—they’re all here, and they’re all going through some form of occupational stress.
If you want to learn more about the causes of occupational health, we recommend reading the article that was recently published by the National Institutes of Health: Occupational Stress and Occupational Health.
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